narky


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narky

Very irritable and apt to speak sharply or curtly. Sorry for getting narky with you earlier. I didn't sleep well, and I was too tired to deal with all your questions. I don't know what his deal is, but he's been narky with me all day.

narky

(ˈnɑrki)
n. a narcotic drug. They caught him with a lot of narky in his pockets.
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The children were exhausted but got to meet the playful Narky when he came into Livingstone's Bar & Grill, where we decided to sample some traditional fare.
The Body Farm (BBC One Wales, Tuesday, 9pm) [bar] CAN Keith Allen do any other face other than that of slightly narky distaste?
Narky "She had been playing again with her sister, but became a little narky so I knew I had to put her down for a little bit.
London, Sept 2 (ANI): Footie Wayne Rooney's wife, Coleen, is pregnant with the couple's first baby due next month, and says her hormones are making her "more narky".
In contrast to the Italianstyle which seems to be mostly aimed at pacifying narky girlfriends, the Frenchtipple is much richer and well capable of standing upto some rare, seared tender loin with some fried wild mush rooms in red wine.
They arrived separately at the premier of their new film in London during this week, and were quite narky when asked if they were a couple.
Someone explained to me it's what happens every autumn when their life's work is done and they feel there's nothing left for them to do other than lay around drinking and being narky with anyone who tries to stop them.
Chris Martin can get right narky if the venue he's playing at hasn't provided his favourite brand of herbal tea.
But I think they all make you look like an narky old grump.
I've seen him throw a couple of balls away in a petulant fashion, too, and I just hope these narky little things aren't a sign of what's to come.
The latter is lighter in style and made up of that super-sniffy, narky grape variety pinot noir.
EASTENDERS Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri BBC1 We bet Jane's happy to be back in Walford - there's narky Denise, schoolkids going missing, oh and a murdered stepdaughter.
And an actor whose past roles include the voice of Narky the Aardvark in adverts for a caravan park company will be hoping we laugh.
In the end Bruce came across as a slightly narky, OCD'd Methuselah who, in between pulling Miss Worlds, will throw a fit if the fruit on his breakfast cereal ends up stuck together in "a clump".
December 12, 2009 I notice there have been a couple of narky comments suggesting that the standard of jump racing here in Australia is so low that our coming is "ridiculous and pointless".